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Area Roundup

September 18, 2011

Sunday, September 18, 2011

PREP CROSS COUNTRY

Bulldog Invitational

NEWVILLE, Pa. — Chambersburg swept the boys and girls team titles in the AAA division at the Bulldog Invitational on Big Spring High School’s 3.1-mile course Saturday.

Nick Rotz placed fourth (17:08.6) in the boys race and Natalie Holder placed seventh in the girls race (20:21.5) to lead the Trojans. There were about 200 runners in each race.

The Williamsport boys finished fourth in the 22-team AAA field, getting top-10 finishes from Evan Hardy (third, 16:57.7) and Cody Bowman (10th, 17:23.3).

North Hagerstown finished ninth in the 19-team AAA girls field, led by Emily Ward’s 11th-place finish (20:43.8).

The individual champs were Shippensburg’s Reyna Spence (19:20.4) in the girls race and Big Spring’s Vinny Todaro (16:33.2) in the boys race.

The Greencastle girls had two top-10 finishers — Caroline Schemel (sixth, 20:02.4) and Shelby Stouffer (ninth, 20:38.7).


CYCLING

Spinnler 3rd at Hill Climb

SHIPPENSBURG, Pa. — Mike Spinnler, 52, of Hagerstown, placed third overall Sunday in the September edition of the South Mountain Hill Climb.

Spinnler, who competes for Antietam Velo Club/Team Hagerstown-Washington County Tourism, completed the challenging 7.3-mile course in 27 minutes, 39 seconds.

Eiichiro Omata, 32, of Tokyo, won the race in 26:28, and Luis Amenzana, 38, of Harrisburg, Pa., outsprinted Spinnler to take second in 27:36. The top three finishers turned in the top three performances of the season on the course.


YOUTH SOCCER

HAYSL U10 Girls

Cheetahs 8, Team-11 1

Cheetahs: Emily Askin 5 goals; Ashley Frey, Kiera O’Reilly, Paige Ludwig goal each; Ryckel Bean, Sara Fletcher, Morgan Burleson assist each; Emma Shaer 2 saves; Kierra O’Reilly save.

Nerdy Ninjas 8, Team-4 0

Ninjas: Lucy Covington 3 goals, assist, save; Madison Mertz goal, 2 assists; Elizabeth Shank goal, assist; Emma Stone goal, 2 assists; Riley Gladhill goal, assist; Mackenzie Giffin goal; Mackenzie Wincovitch assist; Hannah Parmenter 3 saves; Bri Simmons save.

HAYSL U10 Boys

Green 4, Bowers 0

Green: Dakota Harnish 2 goals, save; Dylan Harnish 2 goals; Adam Wilkins save.

Heat 9, Team-4 0

Heat: Owen Ledder 3 goals; Christian Blazes 2 goals, 2 assists; Hai Diep 2 goals; Aaron Ortiz goal, 2 assists; Alec Shortuse goal; Zach Frost 3 saves.

HAYSL U12 Boys

Red Bulls 7, Green 3

Red Bulls: Tanner Vonstein 3 goals, assist; Ethan Murray 2 goals, save; Rion Murray, Patrick Anthony goal each; Austin Cline, Demetrius Smith assist each; Christian Drury 2 saves; Jordan Ekblad save.

Team-4 5, Black Knights 3

Black Knights: Nathan Roberts 2 goals; Chandler Freed goal; Aaron Kline 2 saves.

Red Bulls 6, White 0

Red Bulls: Robbie Doty, Tanner Vonstein 2 goals each; Patrick Anthony, Daniel Deaner goal, save each; Rion Murray assist; Jordan Ekblad, Christian Drury save each.

HAYSL U16 Co-ed

Team-3 5, Team-2 2

Team-3: Dominic Rohr 2 goals; Ryan Shoemaker goal, 3 saves; Robbie Koons, Lucas Martz goal each; Daniel Culver assist; Alexander Lund 3 saves.

Team Betts 5, Team McGreevy 2

McGreevy: Sarah Cartwright, Josiah Stroud goal each; Tori Freed assist; Casey Fletcher 5 saves; Tyler Biery 4 saves.

U16 Girls

Boonsboro B2 1, HAYSL H1 0

HAYSL: Hayley Beyer 6 saves.

Boonsboro B1 2, HAYSL H2 1

HAYSL: Nicole Gaylor goal; Alisha Swope 4 saves; Lexi Sterling 3 saves; Jessica Snyder 2 saves.

U12 Girls

HAYSL Ninjas 4, BAYSO Boonsboro White 1

Ninjas: Cayla Covington 4 goals; Jordon Mason 2 assists; Kierstan Hahn assist; Emily Burzinski, Kaiya Rhodes, Samantha Harrast 3 saves each; Dara Holloman 2 saves.

BAYSO Team-3 5, HAYSL Purple Ninjas 2

Ninjas: Katie Li goal, assist, 5 saves; Taylor Martina goal; Chloe Hadley 6 saves.

U12 Boys

HAYSL Black Knights 2, BAYSO Team-5 1

Black Knights: Chandler Freed goal, save; Corbin Weaver goal; Hunter Horst 3 saves.

FCYSL Div. II U14 Girls

HAYSL Predators 2, MSC3 McLister 0

Predators: Samantha Jenkins, Megan Smith goal each; Brynn Dao, Emma Baer assist each; Rosemary Delgado 2 saves; Leah Ellis save.

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